Tech Trek: 11 Broad Full-Time MBA students get to know tech companies
Broad MBA students gain insight into technology careers during this winter break program.
Broad MBA design thinking workshop in Austin, Texas
Christian Opacich (MBA ’20) shares his takeaways from an MBA hands-on learning experience last month.
An international journey to the Broad Full-Time MBA
Sanchit Jain (MBA '20) shares his journey from India to MSU, pursuing the Broad Full-Time MBA program.
Helping students — and their families — succeed at Broad
Broad College’s S3 organization engages with families that are supporting MBA students.
Broad College freshmen pitch fresh ideas to PepsiCo
The BUS 291 annual case competition took place on Oct. 23, and 54 students created and pitched new business ideas.
Four things that set the Broad MBA in Supply Chain Management apart
If you’re looking for a program known for its supply chain expertise, Broad stands alone.
Jamie Gallagher of Faber-Castell inspires students at first Extreme Green seminar
Gallagher shared his experiences and insights with the MBA class of 2021 to kick off the 2019–2020 Extreme Green series.
Forté MBA Women’s Leadership Conference: Starting a full-time MBA off right
Broad MBA Forté Fellow Danielle Chatman-Moore talks about her experiences at this empowering event.
The Edward J. Minskoff Pavilion is now open to the public
Spartans will transform business at MSU while supported by the foundation of the Minskoff Pavilion.
How three Broad MBAs landed their dream internships
Gaining work experience at Tesla, Facebook and Intel gives Broad students once-in-a-lifetime opportunities.
Rail travel is cleaner than driving or flying, but will Americans buy in?
Andrea Hoffrichter, executive director of the Center for Railway Research and Education shares his expertise.
MBA Tech Trek 2018: A firsthand look at innovation and startups in the Bay Area
Having the opportunity to travel to the Bay Area on our program’s Tech Trek over break went beyond expectations.
Supply Chain MBAs Trek to Meijer Distribution Center
Meijer actually increases shipping during harsh weather due to the stock-up effect conditions have on consumption
While students are gone, workers drone on in building the Edward J. Minskoff Pavilion
Students may be taking a break after fall final exams, but the pace hasn’t slowed on constructing the Pavilion
What a fall semester! Recapping an eventful time for the Edward J. Minskoff Pavilion project
The $62 million Edward J. Minskoff Pavilion hit several major milestones recently on its way to a Fall 2019 opening.